2011 China Train Crash Impacts Entire Nation

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The death toll from a bullet train crash in China has risen to at least 39, including two Americans.

The crash has dented confidence in China's rail industry, which may affect the country's ability to sell its rail technology abroad.

Read more: China: A Horrific High-Speed Train Crash Killed At Least 35 and Injured Over 200

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